EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement

EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
EDITABLE Behavior Chart Happy Okay Sad Face Positive Reinforcement
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This is a terrific editable behavior chart for students who may need some behavior support in the classroom. This is broken up into four time frames and has two different pre-filled charts along with a fully editable version! There are happy, okay, and sad faces so students can self-rate their behavior throughout the day.

BONUS: With the editable chart you can:
- Enter in a student's name, the date, change the sections of the day, and type in comments.
- Save the form to your computer for use later
- Print your customized text


How I use this:
I ask the student after each period of time:

1. Did you stay on task?
2. Did you complete your work?
3. Did you keep your hands and feet to yourself?
4. Were you following directions?
etc.

Your questions may differ based on the purpose of your behavior chart. The student and I have a brief conversation about what their behavior looked like during that period of time and the student and I discuss together where they belong on the chart (Happy Face, Okay Face, or Sad Face) and why they belong there. I then have the student color in the appropriate face with a color of their choosing.

There is a section at the bottom for comments to note any excellent behavior or needed improvement for the day. For each smiley face the student earns a small prize, like a sticker. After an agreed number of stickers the student earns a larger prize like a pencil or an eraser.

It's always better to implement positive reinforcement and try to encourage a student than to defeat their spirit. This is especially true for special education students who need some extra support.


Please see my other behavior charts for more positive behavior support!

On Task and Work Completion Behavior Chart
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